Standard 4 – Professional Knowledge and Skills

Candidates design, develop, implement, and evaluate technology – rich learning environments within a supportive community of practice.


Artifact (Early)-Web 2.0 Tools Report for EDET 746

  • Context
    The Management of Web 2.0 Tools Report was used for EDET 746 Management of Technology Resources. The paper evaluates the project or task management system called Wrike.
  • Conditions
    Finding a proper task management system for the office was a constant struggle. After implementing Wrike it became apparent that there is not one good task management system but different systems are perfect for different business.
  • Scope
    The use of different task management system was a struggle. While many individuals recommended enterprise level applications there was not a budget for such software.
  • Role
    I was the sole creator of this project.
  • Performance Indicator
    • Leadership-Candidates lead their peers in designing and implementing technology-supported learning. This report was originally used to guide my peers at work toward Wrike and then was revised later to support why Wrike was the best solution.
    • Reflection on Practice-Candidates analyze and interpret data and artifacts and reflect on the effectiveness of design, development and implementation of technology-supported instruction and learning to enhance their professional growth. The paper focuses on the evaluation of the task management system and what could be improved.
    • Ethics-Candidates demonstrate ethical behavior within the applicable cultural context during all aspects of their work and with respect for the diversity of learners in each setting. All sources used in the assignment were cited properly when appropriate.
  • ADDIE
    This report aligns with the Analysis stage of the ADDIE model.

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Artifact (Mastery)-IMP Storyboard for EDET 793

  • Context
    The IMP Storyboard was created for EDET 793, Advanced Instructional Design and Development. The storyboard presented how to use the Opportunity Manager, a job portal for students at the Arnold School of Public Health.
  • Conditions
    While the Opportunity Manager was expected to launch a month back there were many requested changes to the system. Once the training was complete for the system, a new system with different processes took place.
  • Scope
    The purpose of the project was to provide training for individuals using the Opportunity Manager. While this was suppose to be one of three training for the different user groups, this one was never fully launched.
  • Role
    I was the sole creator of this project.
  • Performance Indicator
    • Collaborative Practice-Candidates collaborate with their peers and subject matter experts to analyze learners, develop and design instruction, and evaluate its impact on learners. I worked with individuals that were more familiar with my target audience group and to learn more about my target audience. Originally I thought a video would be the best solution; however, I learned that images with help text was the best solution since many people would be at work using the system and unable to listen to audio.
    • Leadership-Candidates lead their peers in designing and implementing technology-supported learning. While I was the lead developer on the project I served as the leader and sole curator of the training module. I provided my technical expertise and programming skills to demonstrate how the system works.
    • Reflection on Practice-Candidates analyze and interpret data and artifacts and reflect on effectiveness of the design, development and implementation of technology-supported instruction and learning to enhance their professional growth. After creating the training module and realizing it would not be put into production I learned alot about how the process should have taken place after the new system was implemented.
    • Assessing/Evaluating-Candidates design and implement assessment and evaluation plans that align with learning goals and instructional activities. An evaluation survey was originally developed to go with the learning module and a contact form for further questions.
  • ADDIE
    While the project in its entirety went through the whole ADDIE process the storyboards were crucial to the development stage.